‘“It can be used strategically. I know some teams complain that we’ve got some forwards that dive. But if a guy is leaning on you enough that he’s slowing down your stride, I don’t have a problem with a guy going down on a knee,” he said. “There are some calls that go missed. If a guy gets a hook in one of our forwards and the refs don’t see it and they go down to a knee, he might see that there’s a hook there.”’
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